Card Set Information
What sizes wrench is used to tighten the nut on a 3/8” x 3-1/2” carriage bolt?
To accurately describe the size of a bolt, use the bolts __ and length.
The nominal size of a 2x4 is
The actual size of a 1x3 is
3/4 x 2 1/2
There are 12 inches in a foot and, for a scene shop purposes, ___ parts
to an inch.
Which of the following is a means of powering a woodworking tool?
Air, electricity, human
According to the History Channel video shown in class, which
of the following is the predecessor of the modern day nail?
To accurately describe a staple, use the leg length and the ___
driving a nail
cutting a angle in a piece of wood
making a hole in a piece of wood
attaching fabric to a chair
determing how long a board is
protecting your ears from loud noise
making a 90 angle at a joint
cutting a piece of wire
trimming muslin off of a flat
holding two wide boards together
tightening a nut on a bolt
cutting curves in a piece of wood
Lumber is usually divided into two major categories: ____ and ___ as determined by the kind of tree it comes from.
hardwood and softwood
The letter __ describes the best grade of plywood but, for lumber, the best grade is number __.
The word, ____ describes the thickness of a saw blade.
The garnish that usually goes with a bolt includes a nut and at least one ___.
Safety ____ are worn to protect the eyes when working in the scene shop.
The two primary categories of tools are _____ and ____
handheld and power tools
What glue is used to attach one piece of wood to another piece?
the unit of measurement of electrical potential
the unit of measurement of an amount of elextrical energy consumed and given off as heat
the flow of electrons through a conductor
a conductive path through which electricity flows
origin of the potential
a device that converts energy into another form
the unit of measurement of electrical current
opposition to electron flow
Using heat to connect one piece of steel to another is called what?
Which of the following is a type of acrylic that comes in different forms such as clear (used instead of glass in a window) or with a mirrored backing (to make a mirror on stage)?
Steel is often classified by how much of this it contains
Three-dimensional scenery is used to create this on stage:
A platform on wheels is called a
What is an example of 2-D scenery?
Name the types of wood joints.
mitre, lap, butt
Which knot would best be used to tie a tope to a piece of pipe?
What is the best method for moving a piece of scenery vertically above the stage?
2-D scenery with a frame is categorizard as what?
Which production team member is responsibile for the construction of the set?
What is a characteristic of a single purchase counterweight system?
the arbor and the batten each carry the same amount of weight.
a large, painted canvas
Hand scenery from the rigging system
Change the position of the set
device used to rotate scenery
a platform on glides
Physically hanfle a piece of scenery
platforms legged and bolted together for a specific show
What ellopsodial has the shortest focal length?